Global warming

Blog Action Day: Cambio climático – La basura tecnológica

bad-125-125 y tú, ¿cómo reciclas tu basura tecnológica?

Hablar de temas como cambio climático en un blog dedicado al ITLaw parece complicado, sin embargo considero que es el momento adecuado para comentar el tema de el marco jurídico relacionado con la basura tecnológica… sí, por ejemplo: ese celular que ya no usas, la batería de tu laptop que tienes guardada porque la reemplazaste, los CD’s que fueron dañados, el CPU de aquélla 386 que muchos tuvimos… entre otros.

Si bien es cierto, en México no tenemos (hasta dónde sé) una norma jurídica que nos refiera cuál es la forma de reciclar este tipo de materiales que en su gran parte están compuestos de materiales no reciclables y que además: son no biodegradables.

Es por ello, que entonces me toca hacer referencia al tan mencionado Concierto de las Naciones en el cual probablemente sí haya un eco relacionado con la pregunta: ¿tiro este teclado? o ¿cómo lo reciclo? (continua leyendo…)


¡México, participemos en la Earth hour 2009!

1,508 cities and towns in 80 countries have already committed to VOTE EARTH for Earth Hour 2009, as part of the worlds first global election between Earth and global warming.

VOTE EARTH
YOUR LIGHT SWITCH IS YOUR VOTE

This year, Earth Hour has been transformed into the world’s first global election, between Earth and global warming.

For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities, race and background have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote – Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote for global warming. WWF are urging the world to VOTE EARTH and reach the target of 1 billion votes, which will be presented to world leaders at the Global Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009.

This meeting will determine official government policies to take action against global warming, which will replace the Kyoto Protocol. It is the chance for the people of the world to make their voice heard.

Earth Hour began in Sydney in 2007, when 2.2 million homes and businesses switched off their lights for one hour. In 2008 the message had grown into a global sustainability movement, with 50 million people switching off their lights. Global landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Rome’s Colosseum, the Sydney Opera House and the Coca Cola billboard in Times Square all stood in darkness.

In 2009, Earth Hour is being taken to the next level, with the goal of 1 billion people switching off their lights as part of a global vote. Unlike any election in history, it is not about what country you’re from, but instead, what planet you’re from. VOTE EARTH is a global call to action for every individual, every business, and every community. A call to stand up and take control over the future of our planet. Over 74 countries and territories have pledged their support to VOTE EARTH during Earth Hour 2009, and this number is growing everyday.

We all have a vote, and every single vote counts. Together we can take control of the future of our planet, for future generations.

VOTE EARTH by simply switching off your lights for one hour, and join the world for Earth Hour.

Saturday, March 28, 8:30-9:30pm.


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